Official: Diego Schwartzman is already No. 8 in the world


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Official: Diego Schwartzman is already No. 8 in the world

After completion of Roland Garros, Diego Schwartzman has already been confirmed as No. 8 in the ATP ranking. After a fantastic French Open, in which it reached the semifinal (fell to champion Rafael Nadal), Peque became the 12th Argentine to be among the 10 best in the world. They also climbed positions Facundo Bagnis and Francisco Cerúndolo.

With the update of the ATP ranking, Schwartzman climbed from 14th to 8th position entering by first time in his career to Top 10. Within the lot of the top ten, Djokovic remains No. 1 and in March could surpass Roger Federer, what does he have record for most weeks (310) as world number one.

Inside of the Top 100, who more positions climbed it was the young italian Jannik Sinner what happened from the post 75 to 46. further Pablo Carreño Busta, after good performances at the US Open and Roland Garros, it ranked 15th.

With respect to Argentines, Federico Coria advanced from 99th place to 86th after several very good weeks. On the other hand Facundo Bagnis climbed 11 positions after his triumph at the Biella Challenger and was positioned as N ° 118. By last Francisco Cerúndolo advanced 34 positions after his victory in the Split Challenger and already ranks as No. 189.

Thinking about London finals that will be disputed in November, in which Roger Federer will not participate and Rafael Nadal questioned his participation, today the tennis players who would be qualifying would be: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Stefano Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev, Alex Zverev, Diego Schwartzman and Matteo Berrettini.


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